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The Lazy Ramblings Of A Lazy Guy (On Being In The Blues)

I was recently introduced to the Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow by Jerome K Jerome. The book consists of 14 essays on 14 topics… 534 more words

The self-test option for HIV

With the World Health Organisation releasing guidelines on HIV self-testing, a major obstacle in improving access to diagnosis has been cleared. Though much progress has been achieved in India in making HIV testing accessible and free of cost, many infected persons remain unaware of their status. 383 more words


Collaboration between quantitative and qualitative researchers

Tomasz Szymański, CLAHRC NWL’s PhD student for Frailty ventured on a trip to South Africa as part of his Fellowship which is a collaboration between… 867 more words


No complacency on Zika

The World Health Organisation has declared that the Zika virus no longer constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. This brings to an end the heightened global focus on the virus that has caused about 2,300 confirmed cases of microcephaly (a birth defect manifesting in a smaller head size) since May 2015. 366 more words


Motorway Crash Kills 17 In China

At least 17 people have been killed, and a further 37 injured, following a large pile-up crash on a motorway in China. 107 more words


World Antibiotic Awareness Week

World Antibiotic Awareness Week is being held from 14-20 November this year.  The World health Organisation, better known as WHO is using this campaign to educate the public on one of the biggest threats to global health, food security and development today. 17 more words

Awareness Week Campaigns

US State Department And Russia Today- Bad news when the facts on the ground contradict what is coming out of the White House!

‘Not going to put RT on same level with rest of you’: John Kirby loses temper during briefing

A State Department briefing gets heated after RT’s Gayane Chichakyan asks spokesman John Kirby a question about Syria. 65 more words

World At War